China’s Laws Leave Transgender Citizens Out in the Cold
China should offer its transgender citizens greater recognition through laws and policies, which currently do not offer much protection against discrimination and abuse, according to a joint report by the United Nations and local academics.
Existing laws leave Chinese people who don’t identify with their biological sex vulnerable to harassment, slander and physical danger, a group of researchers led by the United Nations Development Program and state-run China Women’s University found in a survey of China’s policy environment.
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